It is good to give thanks to the Lord!

... to announce your faithfulness in the evening, ... Even in old age they will still produce fruit, ... they will remain vital and green! Psalm 91 On Thursday, December 16, 2021, on the feast of Saint Adelaide, Sister Adelaide Dréan, in religion Sister Geneviève des Anges, celebrated her one hundredth birthday at the Mother House. Sr. Adelaide was born in Fougerêts, not far from St. Jacut. She made profession on August 11, 1938. For many years she worked as a nurse.   Those who benefited from…

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Inauguration of the Health Care Centre in Cameroon

            On January 7, 2022 in Ngong, the Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus of the Region of Cameroon gave thanks to God for the Health Centre that was inaugurated by the Metropolitan Archbishop of Garoua. A shower of blessings was received from more than 500 people of different religions, all assembled together for the inauguration. We thank God for his Mercy and his Infinite Love that He renews each day!       The first team is ready to get…

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The COP26 – Conference on Climate Change

The 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) is starting October 31, 2021. This meeting is important because: *it will review the commitments of each State (nationally determined contributions) following the Paris accord. 130 countries out of 190 have already made theirs but China, India, Saudi Arabia… are still owing. *they will discuss those issues that were suspended in 2015, notably how “carbon markets” will function (art. 6). The CCFD-Terre solidaire (Catholic Committee Against Hunger and for Development – Earth Solidarity) is running a campaign so…

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Entrance to the novitiate in Cameroon

On September 29, the universal Church honors the archangels Michael, Gabriel and Raphael. On September 29, 1828, there was a big feast in Saint Jacut! Six women consecrate themselves to God by making their first religious profession. On September 29, 2021 the Sisters of the Region of Saint Therese (Cameroon) joyfully welcome to the French speaking novitiate in Ngaoundéré four young Cameroonian women and three Malagasy. First and second year novices flanked by Sr Naya to the left and Sr. Céline to the right. May the Lord…

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